Motorola teases wireless lifestyle, depressed cords ahead of CES
0. phoneArena posted on 07 Jan 2012, 12:14
Motorola released a video teasing at new products to be released at CES, ones that will free your phone from its power cord...
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3. Muhannad posted on 07 Jan 2012, 12:29 0 0
Connect your phone to the wireless charger through Bluetooth and charge it. Once finished, recharge you wireless charger.
16. ayephoner posted on 07 Jan 2012, 18:18 0 0
technology exists to charge using wifi, no need for a wireless charger (assuming you're near any wifi during the day)
17. Droid_X_Doug posted on 07 Jan 2012, 18:33 0 0
Doesn't that require a special (more powerful transmission) WiFi router? I doubt whether the present crop of WiFi routers are capable of doing WiFi charging.
5. shafboy posted on 07 Jan 2012, 13:46 0 0
Wireless charging would be amazing.
By this I don't mean having a bulky case and a mat, but like a WiFi connection sort of thing to charge your phone. That would be a WOWer.
7. Droid_X_Doug posted on 07 Jan 2012, 14:33 5 0
"That would be a WOWer."
That would also get Steve to turn over in his grave with envy....
2. MalakiMills posted on 07 Jan 2012, 12:26 4 1
New battery technology to make it last longer without needing a charge?? like maybe two days..... well one can dream.
4. protozeloz posted on 07 Jan 2012, 13:35 0 0
I bet is some sort of concerting dock that does all your cable plugging needs (well most) so you don't need to use HDMI or USB. And I bet is Google TV related and Android at home related (more on IO). Hope is something cool
6. Sniggly posted on 07 Jan 2012, 14:20 8 3
I'm not one to venture speculation on what exactly this means, but I'm very excited to learn what Motorola has up its sleeve. In fact, I'm excited for CES overall this year. I think we're going to see a LOT of innovation coming up.
10. Whateverman posted on 07 Jan 2012, 15:43 2 1
Sniggly makes a LOT of enemies being sensible and what-not! It's not a very endearing trait for some.
12. Sniggly posted on 07 Jan 2012, 16:17 2 2
Some people don't like me, but it also could have been a mistake. I know that sometimes I've accidentally hit the thumb down button when I meant to hit thumbs up.
Not that I'm narcissistic enough to think it's more likely that people were so hasty to throw adulation on me that they screwed up at it. :P
13. Droid_X_Doug posted on 07 Jan 2012, 16:25 2 0
The 'cool' thing to do if a thumbsdown was inadvertently clicked would be to post a reply saying the thumbsdown was a mistake. I had that happen to me recently and I thought it was a real upstanding thing to do. Unfortunately, there are some PA members who are haters and they go around and thumbsdown every post made by the object of their hate.
The haters could do everyone a favor and take their bile elsewhere.
14. Sniggly posted on 07 Jan 2012, 16:40 2 2
Agreed about the haters. On both sides, really. Although I must say, since certain people have been gone things have been pretty peaceful around here.
15. Droid_X_Doug posted on 07 Jan 2012, 18:11 2 1
"Although I must say, since certain people have been gone things have been pretty peaceful around here."
True that. I don't mind having a debate based on facts, but when hate gets injected, it is everyones loss.
11. Whateverman posted on 07 Jan 2012, 15:47 1 0
Are we finally about to see Witricity get launched or what? It makes sense, but who knows.